Squares game : practice vocab for food and drink
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Synchronous Motor Virtual Experiment
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Reflections on Major Milestones in Cancer Research and Technology Development
The breadth and depth of thinking represented in MIT’s 150th anniversary symposia would do William Barton Rogers proud, believes David Mindell. MIT’s founder and first president envisioned the university pursuing cutting edge work, and the “convergence of science and engineering 150 years later captures the essence
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Japan’s Nuclear Crisis
In spite of the “sickening human and social devastation on full display” in northern Japan, moderator
Richard Samuels wonders, “Is it possible to follow the train of cause and effect into the future…imagining what happens from here on?” In this session convened just days after the March 11th earthquake and tsunami, pan

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Education in the United States
The drive to make American universities more diverse shows some success, but consistent and meaningful inclusion of under-represented minorities seems elusive, according to four academics whose own experiences help illuminate the problem.

“The civil rights agenda is challenged today in many ways,” says Evelyn Higg

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Booting up Britain?
Dr Helen Haugh, an expert in social enterprise at Cambridge Judge Business School, explains the need for social enterprises to professionally assess their markets, the sustainability of their revenue streams and full costs before starting up a 'start up' if they want to be in for the long term!
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What price energy post Fukushima?
Dr Bill Nuttall, Dr Michael Pollitt, Dr David Reiner and Dr Pierre Noel discuss European energy markets and policy in the post-Japanese earthquake era. They examine the impact on nuclear policy in the short and longer term and the implications of an extended period of high oil prices.
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Eurekafest 2010 Person of Inspiration
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1.2 Key ideas

  1. Labour market disadvantage can be manifested in a number of differences between the labour market experiences of different groups: differences of pay, of likelihood of unemployment, and differences due to occupational segregation.

  2. Labour market disadvantage and discrimination are not the same thing. Discrimination refers only to those differences between groups of workers that do not correspond to objective characteristics that affect the p
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EVOCAM procedure captured by video conferencing
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Introduction

This unit will give you a stimulating and insightful account of the ways in which economists have tried to understand what labour market discrimination is and what its sources are. Notice the reference to the ‘ways [plural] … economists have tried to understand’. The most basic message of this unit is that economics is not a subject in which there is one single correct answer.

This unit will also assist you in developing your ability to use and evaluate economic theory,
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Comparing Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers - Khan Academy
In this five-minute video, Sal Khan offers worked examples comparing improper fractions and mixed numbers. (04:54)
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How To Make a Paper Hover Aircraft (Origami)
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GSF 2011 – Maternités chez les jeunes filles, une catastrophe sanitaire

1 nouveau né sur 10 nait de mère adolescente, Soit 1000 accouchements chaque heure , 70 000 morts maternelles , 1 000 000 d’enfants morts chaque année .

Les Objectifs du Millénaire pour le Développement (OMD)

• établissent des buts visant à mesurer les progrès réalisés dans le développement humain.
• 2 des 8 OMD sont directement liés à l’amélioration des soins dispensés aux adolescentes enceintes.
• Obj 4:réduction de la mortalité i
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GSF 2011 – Questions, réponses

Les naissances mondiales
• 135 millions en 2005
• dont 16 millions d’une mère de moins de 20 ans
• Où ont lieu ces naissances précoces ?
• Quelles sont les tendances ?
• Quels sont les facteurs ?
Remarque : en comptant les IVG, le bilan des grossesses mondiales serait :
• 175 millions en 2005
• dont plus de 20 millions chez une jeune fille ou une jeune femme de moins de 20 ans
• mais ces estimations sont incertaines<
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